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 By Carol L Allen    Events   

On The Cover September 2020

This photo from the National Park Service inspired the cover of this issue. As we remember the tragic events of September 11, 2001, she symbolizes to me the importance of remembering our history --... Full story

 By GCNP    Wildlife    September 1, 2020

Bat Tests Positive For Rabies

Grand Canyon National Park has received confirmation that a bat collected at the Whitmore Helipad, located along the Colorado River near river mile 187 on August 6, has tested positive for rabies.... Full story


News From Lost Our Home

Tempe Care Fair City of Tempe-funded agencies and local human service providers are invited to host a booth to highlight your agency and the important programs and services offered to our community. T... Full story

 By AZBW    Wildlife    October 1, 2019

Bats Found In Grand Canyon National Park Test Positive For Rabies

Grand Canyon National Park has received confirmation that two bats collected along the Colorado River in the park last month tested positive for rabies. The rabies-positive bats, both Canyon Bats,... Full story


Rabies Precautions

Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) Officials are urging people to protect themselves against rabies. CCPHSD advises individuals to seek immediate medical attention if they are... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    May 1, 2019

AZGFD Warns Of Possible Rabies

AZGFD Warns Of Possible Rabies Exposure As Temperatures Warm Spring has sprung, temperatures are trending upward and people and pets are on the move outdoors - that means potential exposure to rabies... Full story

 By WDFW    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

Cougar Linked To Bicyclist's Death

OLYMPIA – A report by Washington State University (WSU) about the examination of the carcass of the cougar believed to be involved in the death of a bicyclist this spring near North Bend revealed... Full story

 By AZBW    Wildlife    July 1, 2018

ADHS Reminds Residents To Take Precautions To Prevent Rabies

Outdoor recreationists and other members of the public are reminded, as always, to enjoy wildlife from a distance. Rise In Rabies Cases The Arizona Department of Health Services on June 19 issued a ne... Full story

 By WOT    Wildlife    June 1, 2018

Fox Tests Positive For Rabies

The Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) confirmed in May that a fox tested positive for rabies. The fox was found in a wooded area north of Interstate 40, west of Milton Road and... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    May 1, 2018

AZGFD Reminds Residents Not To Feed Wildlife

The Game and Fish Department reminds everyone to stop feeding wildlife following two javelina attacks near Sedona earlier this year. Both attacks were the result of people's feeding javelina at their... Full story

 By WOT    Wildlife    April 1, 2018


Coconino County Public Health Services District (CCPHSD) officials are reminding individuals to take precautions to protect against rabies. Spring brings warmer weather and a rise in outdoor... Full story

 By Boat US    Boating    August 15, 2013

BoatUS: Tips On Boating With Dogs

Before You Go • Get a well-fitting life jacket and have the dog wear it a few times around the home before they get on a boat. Any pet life jacket should have a handle to easily lift the animal out... Full story


Arizona - Amended Article 3 Rules Affecting Hunters Take Effect July 1

Hunters and other members of the public are advised that amendments to the Arizona Game and Fish Commission's Article 3 rules (governing the taking and handling of wildlife) will take effect July 1, 2013. The amendments address such topics as using... Full story


Bobcat Attacks Show Low Woman

Following a bobcat attack on a young woman in a neighborhood behind the Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse in Show Low, Arizona Game and Fish Department officials are advising area residents to be alert for any wild animal or pet that appears to... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    February 15, 2013

Help Keep Wildlife Wild; Humans, Pets, Safe

Although it is winter in most parts of the state, wildlife encounters still occur. The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants to pass along a few reminders to avoid conflicts with wildlife and how... Full story

 By AZGFD    Wildlife    March 15, 2012

Native Wildlife Are Not Pets

There’s no denying the fact that some wildlife might appear to make for a nice pet, especially the youngsters one might believe can be domesticated. But, Arizona Game and Fish officials advise... Full story


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